Logistics

Airlines of Spain

Aeronova
Country: Spain
Charter flights throughout Europe and North Africa

Air Europa
Country: Spain
Scheduled network throughout Spain and to destinations in Asia, North and South America, Caribbean, Europe and North Africa

Air Nostrum
Country: Spain
Regional airline in Spain

AlbaStar
Country: Spain
Charter services within South Europe

Binter Canarias
Country: Spain
Services between all eight Canary Islands

Calima Aviacion
Country: Spain
Charter services from/to Canary islands

Evelop Airlines
Country: Spain
Charter flights from Spain to Mediterranean and Caribbean destinations

Gestair
Country: Spain
Corporate charter services in Spain

Hispania Airways
Country: Spain
Scheduled and charter flights, connecting Granada to international destinations

Iberia
Country: Spain
National airline of Spain, extensive domestic and international network

Iberia Express
Country: Spain
Budget flights from Madrid to Spanish and European destinations

Ibertrans Aerea
Country: Spain
Regional charter operations in Spain

IMD Airways
Country: Spain
Charter flights within Spain and Europe

NAYSA
Country: Spain
Domestic flights from Gran Canaria

Plus Ultra Lineas Aereas
Country: Spain
International charter flights from Madrid

Privilege Style
Country: Spain
Charter flights throughout Europe for corporations and sport teams

Pullmantur Air
Country: Spain
Long-haul charter services to Caribbean destinations from Madrid

RYjet
Country: Spain
Regional scheduled operations within Spain

Swiftair
Country: Spain
Scheduled and charter operations covering Spain and to neighbouring countries

Volotea
Country: Spain
Low-cost airlines within Italy, France and Spain also as seasonal charters to other countries

Vueling Airlines
Country: Spain
Budget scheduled services between Spain and European countries

Spain’s rail system

Spain has a number of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations including Barcelona, Madrid and Sevilla – all well connected by train.

The trains

The AVE trains are the pride of the Spanish fleet: they use the same high-speed technology as the French TGV, but have even better interiors.

AVEs are modern and modern, comfortable and fast – they can reach speeds of up to 300km/h.

They’re also easy to spot: the front of the train looks like a bill, which is why they’re colloquially known as patos (duck).

 



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